SCRIVENER & SCAPPLE FOR WRITERS Try it first with a Trail Copy


For MAC and Windows  trial copy   SCRIVENER


The Scrivener Coach–Learn Scrivener Fast

Tutorial with lots of bonuses

I invested in the Ninja level for this Scrivener Learning Program and I am thrilled.  I love Scrivener now and wished I had not waited, so long to learn it despite the learning curve.  I love having everything in one project able to view it, reach, note, pictures, timeline, mind mapping from brainstorming, ideas, or anything I want to include all in one project, instead of multiple documents.  I love being able to add my own backgrounds to my writing while I am writing for inspiration.  I also love all the bonuses The Scrivener Coach offers and has added, since I bought this tutorial course.  For me it has been worth the investment long term.  The Scrivener Coach–Learn Scrivener Fast


Scrivener for MAC and Windows  trial copy   SCRIVENER


Scrapple Trial copies   SCAPPLE Mind Mapping Software    

Another product I love by Scrivener comparable to Inspiration 9 Mind Mapping software, but without as many bells and whistles.  BONUS feature for me is that Scrapple can be imported into Scrivener after you create your mind map, so your project is all in one place, writing and all.

I love Mind Mapping.  It is one of my favorite things to do, when planning and plotting the story.   It is a great brainstorming tool or/and outline tool.   This software is affordable and very user friendly.  Both products are reasonably priced compared to more expensive products, and they get the same results.



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Scrapple Trial copies   SCAPPLE Mind Mapping Software    

What is Scapple? According to Scrivener

Scapple is an easy-to-use tool for getting ideas down as quickly as possible and making connections between them. It isn’t exactly mind-mapping software—it’s more like a free form text editor that allows you to make notes anywhere on the page and connect them using straight dotted lines or arrows. If you’ve ever scribbled down ideas all over a piece of paper and drawn lines between related thoughts, then you already know what Scapple does.


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  • Lynn

    Please clear up my confusion … because here it’s both Scrapple and Scapple right beside each other! Which is it, please?

    • Oops, brain fart! It is Scapple. I admit when you asked which word, my brain blinked and confused me too, so clicked on my link to verify which, rofl@self.

      Sorry about that. I knew it was Scapple. My brain read Scapple, not catching the fact I type Scrapple the recipe. Thanks for pointing that out. My brain hid the mistake from me–hate when that happens. It is like my brain goes blind and works on memory, rather than immediate sight input.

  • K.M. Weiland

    Thanks so much for sharing the webinar! See you there!

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